Wedge Tomb

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Glantane East
... The complex includes a wedge tomb, two stone circles and a pair of stone alignments ... The wedge tomb is known locally as "The Flags" and is 90 centimetres (35 in) in height, with a capstone 2.4 metres (7.9 ft) square resting on two sidestones and a backstone ... A stone circle lies in the field next to the wedge tomb ...
Two Rock - Points of Interest - Ballyedmonduff Wedge Tomb
... near Ballyedmonduff, at grid reference O 185 213, there is a Bronze Age wedge tomb, known as the "Giant's Grave" ... one of the finest examples of a wedge tomb in Ireland the antiquarian John O'Donovan said of it, "I doubt I have met so perfect a pagan grave in any other counties ... The tomb was first opened in 1832 by Alderman Blacker of St Andrew Street, Dublin but no record of this excavation survives ...
List Of National Monuments Of Ireland - National Monuments
... Castlemore Carlow !Carlow 613 Browneshill Portal Tomb Carlow Carlow !Carlow 52°50′14″N 6°52′52″W / 52.837337°N 6.881004°W / 52.837337 -6.881004 393 Killoughternane Church Killoughternane ... Cabragh Cavan !Cavan 456 Cohaw Court Tomb Cohaw Cavan !Cavan 54°04′N 7°02′W / 54.06°N 7.03°W / 54.06 -7.03 4 Drumlane Church Round Tower Drumlane Cavan !Cavan 54°02′N 7°17′W / 54.03°N 7.28. 52.928125 -8.989933 (Ruan Church) 632 Poulnabrone Portal Tomb Poulnabrone Clare !Clare 53°02′56″N 9°08′24″W / 53.048842°N 9.139953°W / 53.048842 -9.1399 ...

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